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    First Person: 'Frozen' Director Adam Green Explains How He Made a Sitcom for Horror Fans With 'Holliston'

    Filmmaker Adam Green ("Frozen," "Hatchet") explains how he created and now writes, produces, directs and stars in a sitcom for horror fans.

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    Thoughts On 'Hit The Floor' After Its TV Debut Last Night? (Kimberly Elise, Taylour Paige)

    It made its TV debut last night on VH1, although, last week, the network did make available online, the season premiere episode of its scripted hour-long drama Hit The Floor - which co-stars Kimberly Elise and newcomer Taylour Paige, as well as Charlotte Ross, Logan Browninghas and Dean Cain...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: A Poetic Take on a Troubled Detroit and a Horror Anthology Film Featuring Emily Hagins

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Mad Men," "Game of Thrones," "Veep," "The Borgias," "Family Tree," "Nurse Jackie" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    Read the First Chapter of Scott Thorson's 'Behind The Candelabra,' the Book on Which Steven Soderbergh's HBO Movie is Based

    Steven Soderbergh's highly anticipated Liberace biopic "Behind The Candelabra" is adapted from a book by Scott Thorson with Alex Thorleifson, newly re-published by Tantor Media with a new afterword written by Thorson. Indiewire has the complete first chapter.

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    'China Beach': An Appreciation of a Forgotten Quality War Drama Finally Available on DVD

    ABC's "China Beach," nearly forgotten today, was an incredibly ambitious show for its time. It aired from 1988-1991, long before our current "golden age" of dramas, and is tends to be brought up in context of the longer running series writer/producer John Wells served as showrunner on in its wake --...

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    On a Mission From God: 7 TV Characters Who Believed They Had a Line to the Divine

    "Save Me," the new NBC comedy premiering on today, Thursday, May 23rd, stars Anne Heche as a Midwestern housewife named Beth Harper who awakens from a near-death experience believing she can communicate with God. The show, which is being burned off two episodes at a time in the summer, is unlikely t...

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    Why Television Has Become the Medium Fueling Important Conversations About Sex

    It was a classic moment in pop culture history: Marge Simpson -- sitting up in bed watching television -- turns to Homer and says, "You know, Fox turned into a hardcore sex channel so gradually, I didn't even notice." And while Fox hasn't quite yet moved all their production to the Valley, Marge cal...

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    Here's What Your ABC Fall (Black) Primetime Lineup Looks Like...

    Not much new programming from ABC to look forward to next season, as far as shows with black actors in lead/starring roles are concerned.

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